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. here is mccain's remark on president obama. listen to this. >> so far the group of us that has been working on it have not had any problem from the white house. and we believe that there is a good, strong possibility that we come up with a plan and a proposal that most americans would support. >> well, most americans aren't most republicans. and this is going to be the problem. a path to citizenship is viewed by the republican and the right wing who get in and mix all this stuff up, the caucus that boehner of course can't control and mitch mcconnell for that matter, they're against a path to citizenship. so how is this going to play out? >> i think that's why one of the reasons why the president's proposal was actually finally put on paper and leaked, actually put a stake in the ground. now, if we don't have a path to citizenship, let's have an honest conversation with americans, basically saying by not having a path to citizenship, we're creating 11 million folks that are living in this country that basically all of the sudden become stateless. we don't want that. we don't want two
election to president obama and lost badly, and republicans lost in the house and the senate too, nobody thought that mitt romney was the head of the republican party anymore. but then who was? that was 3 1/2 months ago. who is the head of the republican party now? who is in contention to even be taken seriously for that role? who is in a position to be listen with by respect to other conservatives and republicans when he or she speaks from that side of the aisle right now? i mean, consider the landscape of what is going on right now. republicans still decided this year that they would split their state of the union response between the official republican response and the tea party republican response. both even just in terms of the staging were a little bit of a mess. what are you looking at, rand paul? beyond marco rubio and rand paul, the other new tea party republican senator ted cruz is busy being pilloried by john mccain and other members of his own party for the way he has comported himself in his first few days in the senate. republicans, republicans are telling reporters that t
.s. capitol. it took eight years from the bill being introduced, but today president obama finally unveiled that statue, making rosa parks the first african-american woman to receive this kind of permanent honor in statuary hall in the capitol. in the house, the effort to recognize rosa parks for refusing to give up her seat on a bus for inspiring the montgomery bus boycott, for helping to ignite the civil rights movement, in the house, the rosa parks bill that came to fruition today was sponsored by congressman jesse jackson jr. of illinois. mr. jackson, like mr. kerry, was not around to see the unveiling of the rosa parks statue, and that's because jesse jackson jr. resign his seat in congress amid first health worries and financial worries and ultimately last week plead guilty to misappropriating campaign funds for personal use. because jesse jackson resigned his seat, in a matter of weeks somebody new is going to be there to replace him. late last night we found out who that person is likely to be. last night democrats in the second congressional district in illinois nominated robin kel
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